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Buying and Selling season 6←Buying and Selling season 5 Buying and Selling season 7→
Buying and Selling season 6 episodes list:
Frank and Diana got into their million-dollar neighborhood a few years ago with a three-bedroom fixer-upper. But four kids later, the walls are closing in and they haven't even started renovating. Jonathan is determined to transform their tired old property into a luxury home buyers will love, and comes up with an ingenious plan to reclaim wasted space in the kitchen. Meanwhile, a cheeky Drew shows the kids what their over-the-top wish list looks like in real life, but finding the family's dream home will require a major compromise.
Nurse Jenna and firefighter Neil are ready to settle down in a home of their own, but first they have to flip his frat house. It's a fixer-upper that never happened, and now Jonathan's stepping in to transform the bachelor pad disaster into a showstopper. A crew of firefighters pitches in to tackle the demo, but there's shocking news for the budget when the electrical upgrade proves worse than expected. Meanwhile, Drew is determined to find a move-in ready house that checks off every item on the couple's wish list.
Sheryl and Frank's suburban neighborhood was a welcome change when they were looking to grow their young family, but with two soon-to-be teenagers, they're ready to find their forever home. The Property Brothers are determined to make it happen, but Frank has been burned before and doesn't trust agents or contractors, which could be a huge challenge. Superhero agent Drew pledges to be honest -- even if it hurts -- and is confident the results will speak for themselves. Meanwhile, Jonathan gets Sheryl and Frank on board for a budget makeover, but getting them to pitch in proves more difficult than he'd imagined.
Michelle's starter home was the perfect size when she was single, but then along came Danielle and their three little ones, and now the cluttered and chaotic house is bursting at the seams. The Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention, and since Michelle bought the house at the top of the market, it's all hands on deck to ensure she recoups her investment. Jonathan undertakes an indoor/outdoor reno to showcase the home's unique character. Meanwhile, Drew leads the hunt for a spacious suburban home, but getting the couple to compromise on location is job number one.
Danielle and Steve bought what they thought was the perfect suburban home, but then their jobs shifted, they had two kids, and now they're ready to move into a sprawling house even further from the city. In order to net top dollar from their current property, Jonathan vows to overhaul the cluttered kid-centric interiors, but a costly fix in the kitchen threatens to derail the budget. Meanwhile, Drew leads an ambitious house hunt that yields a home so good it has Danielle crying on the spot.
Blanca, Teddy and their three kids live in a tiny home with too few bedrooms and just one bathroom. They're desperate to find a bigger budget-friendly home that meets their growing needs. Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott have a plan to net top dollar from the couple's current home, but the makeover hits a major snag with a costly repair no one saw coming. Meanwhile, Drew leads the couple on a tricky house hunt and ultimately dazzles them with a move-in ready home with serious investment potential.
A couple with a new baby needs a bigger home, but they don't want to get saddled with a heftier mortgage. Jonathan is determined to transform the dated interior of their current home while Drew takes charge of the ambitious house hunt.
David and Siobhan are desperate to find a new family home after being outbid in their city's red-hot market. Jonathan tackles the couple's current home but faces an uphill battle with David's traditional aesthetics. Meanwhile, Drew leads the house hunt in one of the most expensive neighborhoods and comes up with a surprise twist.
This family has lived in their home for three years now and while the kids love the backyard pool, mom and dad have been struggling with a poorly designed kitchen and a basement that's been a DIY disaster. They've decided it's time to move on and the Property Brothers are there to help them do just that. While the family is determined to move, they refuse to make compromises so Jonathan is left with a bigger job than he expected and Drew is faced with a long list of must-haves. An on-the-spot decision to increase the budget has the family breaking a sweat but the search must continue for a forever home with all the bells and whistles.
When they started out on their own, this couple's home had plenty of space. Now with two growing kids, they're desperate for more. The couple is eager to make a move and concerned that if they don't act fast, they'll be priced out of the market for good. The Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention to help get top dollar for the family's current home. Jonathan tackles an ambitious overhaul while Drew takes charge of the house hunt. The brothers are working hard, but will the couple be able to agree on the perfect location?
With rambunctious twin boys, this family is desperate for a bigger home. They're hoping to stay in their exclusive neighborhood but their outdated home is holding them back. The Property Brothers have a solution and it starts with overhauling the property's gaudy exterior. Inside, Jonathan's strategic renovation may push the price beyond the couple's expectations. After the family agrees to expand their search to the suburbs, Drew is determined to find them a fully loaded forever home. As the hunt goes on, the family faces unusual challenges as they live in their basement during construction.
After nine years and two kids, this couple's suburban starter home is bursting at the seams. While they agree it's time to move on, they're in a standoff over where their new home should be so the Property Brothers step in to broker a solution. Jonathan begins transforming their builder's basic townhouse into a showpiece while Drew tackles an ambitious house hunt. There may be plenty of great options on both ends of the spectrum but the couple continues to debate the benefits of a convenient urban home vs. a country home that fulfills their wish list.
After two decades in their basic starter home, single mom Paula and her daughter Isabel are ready for a step up, but Paula's faith in contractors is at an all time low.